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Ukraine buries more civilian dead as battle moves east

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People pay their respect during the funeral ceremony for Ukrainian serviceman Volodymyr Karas, who died during the fighting with Russian troops at Independence square in Kyiv, Ukraine, Wednesday, April 20.
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The bodies of four people who died during the Russian occupation await burial during funerals in Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Wednesday, April 20.
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A Ukrainian soldier stands during the funeral of his father, who died due to the lack of medical care because of the Russian occupation, in Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv, on Wednesday, April 20.
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Vova, 10, looks as the body of his mother, Maryna, is taken from the morgue before her funeral in Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv, Ukraine, on Wednesday, April 20. Vova's mother died while they sheltered in a cold basement for more than a month during the Russian military's occupation.
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Vova, 10, looks at the coffin carrying body of his mother, Maryna, as his father, Ivan Drahun, hugs him during her funeral in Bucha, on the outskirts of Kyiv, on Wednesday, April 20.
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European Council President Charles Michel, center, looks at destroyed vehicles as he is given a tour of the region of Borodyanka, Ukraine, Wednesday, April 20.
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Volodymyr Lukyanovych, 63, cooks his dinner outside his house after his building was destroyed by Russian shelling in Irpin, on the outskirts of Kyiv, on Wednesday, April 20. Citizens of Irpin are still without electricity, water and gas after since the Russian invasion began.
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Ukrainian soldiers walk on a destroyed bridge in Irpin, on the outskirts of Kyiv, on Wednesday, April 20.
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Alexandra Kusminova pets her cat, named Mouse, as she sits on a bed settled in a restaurant that was transformed into a shelter for those who are fleeing the war from the eastern region of the country in Dnipro, Ukraine, Wednesday, April 20. "We pray every day for everything to be fine, so many people and children have died. For what? Why this war?" asks the 61-year-old woman, who left her home with her daughter and granddaughter, fleeing the Russian attacks in Avdiivka.
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Vladimir, 64, who left his home in Severodonetsk due to the Russian attacks, serves his lunch prepared by volunteers in a restaurant that was transformed into a shelter for those who are fleeing the war from the eastern region of the country in Dnipro, Ukraine, Wednesday, April 20. The U.N. refugee agency says more than 5 million refugees have fled Ukraine since Russian troops invaded the country.
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Displaced people have lunch cooked by volunteers, at a restaurant that was transformed into a shelter for those who are fleeing the war from eastern region of the country, in Dnipro, Ukraine, Wednesday, April 20.
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A Russian firing position sits adjacent to the Chernobyl nuclear power plant near Chernobyl, Ukraine, Saturday, April 16. Thousands of tanks and troops rumbled into the forested Chernobyl exclusion zone in the earliest hours of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February, churning up highly contaminated soil from the site of the 1986 accident that was the world's worst nuclear disaster.

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